Accommodation and Convergence in the Human Eye: A Control Analysis

Toates, F. M. (1969). Accommodation and Convergence in the Human Eye: A Control Analysis. Measurement and Control, 2(3) T29-T33.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/002029406900200305

Abstract

The control systems of accommodation and convergence in the human eye are theoretically examined, together with their interactions which represent accommodative convergence and convergence induced accommodation. A control model is proposed in order to help to understand the system, and it is used to make predictions concerning accommodation and convergence placed in conflict, monocular vision, fusional after-effects and the effect of age and drugs on accommodation and accommodative convergence. In each case the theoretical predictions are compared with established experimental results.

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